St. Anna-Kirche (St. Anna's Church)
St. Anna-Kirche (St. Anna's Church) Review
This site was formerly part of a Carmelite monastery, where Martin Luther stayed in 1518 during his meetings with Cardinal Cajetanus, the papal legate sent from Rome to persuade the reformer to renounce his heretical views. Luther refused, and the place where he publicly declared his rejection of papal pressure is marked with a plaque on Maximilianstrasse. You can wander through the quiet cloisters, dating from the 14th century, and view the chapel used by the Fugger family until the Reformation.
- Address: Anna-Str., west of Rathauspl., Augsburg, 86150
- Hours: Mon. noon–5, Tues.–Sat. 10–12:30 and 3–5, Sun. 10–12:30 (for services) and 3–4
- Location: Augsburg